TOMMEE TIPPEE GROBAG SWADDLEBAG

  • R 599.99


TOMMEE TIPPEE GROBAG SWADDLEBAG

Swaddling your new baby helps them feel safe, snug and secure, just like when they were in mum’s tummy. With this easy-to-use Swaddlebag you can use the poppers on the armholes to either swaddle your baby with arms in for total snugness or arms out to allow them to stretch.


Just like when they were in mummy’s tummy, The Swaddlebag helps young babies to feel cosy and secure to improve the quality of their natural sleep. Wrapping or swaddling baby with their arms inside soft fabric helps mimic the closeness of the womb and suppresses the startle reflex which can wake babies up.

  • You can use the poppers on the armholes to either swaddle your baby with arms in for total snugness or arms out to allow them to stretch.
  • No complicated wrapping or fastenings, simply lay your baby onto the Swaddlebag and zip them in.
  • There’s easy zip access to help you tackle those night-time nappy changes without disturbing baby too much.
  • Made from soft 100% cotton-rich, fluorescent-free fabric, snuggly and kind on baby’s skin – perfect for a comfortable night’s sleep.
  • Designed to be snug up top and wriggly down below - slim fitting through the chest to enable full freedom of movement without restriction or excess bulk with a roomy, hip-healthy bottom to allow your baby to adopt a natural “frog-legged” sleeping position, which is important for correct hip development and prevention of hip dysplasia.
  • Available in 2 different sizes:
    • 0-3 months (Birth-62cm or 3.2-6.1kg)
    • 3-6 months (62-68cm or 6.1-8.2kg)
  • Available in 3 different Togs:
    • 0.2 Tog (suitable for room temperatures above 24 degrees Celsius)
    • 1 Tog (suitable for room temperatures between 20 - 24 degrees Celsius)
    • 2.5 Tog (suitable for room temperatures between 14 - 20 degrees Celsius)

      

Please note: The American Academy of Paediatrics strongly recommend that parents stop swaddling their babies at 8 weeks old or when baby shows signs of wanting to roll, whichever comes first. The Lullaby Trust's opinion is a bit more vague as they recommend you stop swaddling your baby at "around 2 months old".



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